Mark brings with him 25 years of expertise in the airline sector in a variety of areas, including a wealth of cargo knowledge. Mark Sutch has been named the new Chief Commercial Officer for CarGo International at IndiGo Airlines.
Mark has a combined 25 years of experience in the airline sector, working in a variety of capacities, including substantial cargo experience. The most recent position Mark held was Chief Commercial Officer for Marseille-based CMA CGM Air Cargo.
Before to that, he worked for Cathay Pacific Airways, where he spent five years headquartered in Mumbai serving as the airline’s regional general manager for South Asia, the Middle East, and Africa, according to a statement released by the company on Thursday.
“Beginning on March 1, 2023, we will organize the cargo industry by having two business leaders who will each concentrate on the local and foreign business. Mahesh Kumar Malik, Chief Commercial Officer — Cargo Domestic, will continue to drive the domestic market for our CarGo business “said the airline. Mark Sutch stated during his appointment, “Having this chance at IndiGo makes me very happy.
The opportunity for IndiGo to develop top-tier cargo products and solutions using both its A321 freighters and its substantial belly capacity develops as the airline’s international network and frequency expand.
The demand for air cargo exports and imports from India will be supported by this. I’m eager to contribute to the fantastic success of IndiGo.”
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Chief Executive Officer of IndiGo Pieter Elbers
Considering the appointment, Chief Executive Officer of IndiGo Pieter Elbers “Mark Sutch has joined CarGo International as our CCO, and we are happy to have him. Mark provides a plethora of industry knowledge that will help IndiGo develop our CarGo business even more. Please join me in congratulating Mahesh and Mark on their new positions and wishing them the best of luck as they lead IndiGo’s cargo business to even greater heights. I would like to thank Mahesh for filling in the two Cargo duties combined over the last period.”
In November 2022, IndiGo took delivery of its first A321 cargo freighter. The second aircraft was delivered in December.
In November 2022, the airline operated its first domestic freighter flight between Delhi and Mumbai and its first international flight between Kolkata and Myanmar as part of ongoing expansion efforts.
“With IndiGo’s continuing focus on expanding our fleet and the tremendous prospects and plans that we foresee in the cargo industry, it has been agreed that we will further enhance and focus our cargo organization,” the airline noted.
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